SOLIDWORKS Simulation

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation Datasheet
SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015 Datasheet

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation Product Matrix
SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015 Product Matrix

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Watch the Webinar: SOLIDWORKS Simulation - What’s New in 2015


For those of you that were unable to attend our SOLIDWORKS 2015 launch events, here's your chance to learn all the great new features included in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015. This tutorial features great new enhancements including the Shell Definition Manager, Intermediate Results in Nonlinear Studies, and creating a Fatigue study based on Random Vibration results.

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Introducing the Simulation Effectiveness Matrix

Simulation EffectivenessMost engineers and engineering organizations have a solid understanding that computational engineering analysis tools offer enormous benefit, allowing designers to get useful information about product performance early in the design process. What many organizations struggle with is empowering users to use the software the right way.

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Bicycle Frame Design Using SOLIDWORKS Simulation

2015-simulation-bicycle-design-1-heroIn this series, I will design a racing road bicycle with the help of SOLIDWORKS. Starting with the geometry, I will move on to the tube shapes and componentry to come up with an engineered speed machine.

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The Perfect Putt with SOLIDWORKS Motion

2015-analysis-consulting-perfect-putt-hereoFor all of you golfers out there, the Masters tournament has just begun, and it’s a great opportunity to watch the best players in the world compete. One thing that always amazes me when I watch the tournament is how they can make long putts on some of the toughest greens. I recently read this article that said if your putter is aimed 1 degree to the left or right of the hole for a flat 10 foot putt, you will miss.

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